The second law of listings journalism states that: the more listings included, the higher the chance that your favoutite band won't be included....or something like that. So, ignoring common convention and risking the wrath of those who think that the radio times doesn't include enough listings, we have decided to offer just a few selected tour dates. Most of those below have been covered in the reading/phoenix/reviews section of this issue, so if your fave group aren't here, stop whingeing and go and buy the NME......Indie tours Dance events
INDIE TOUR NEWS
The Stone Roses have organised some tour dates, their first in Britain for over five years. Tickets are selling faster than things which sell very quickly, so if you want to go then be quick. The schedule is Bridlington Spa (November 28), Wolverhampton Civic Hall (30), Cambridge Corn Exchange (December 1), Brighton Centre (2), Newport Centre (4), Exeter University (5), Leicester De Montford Hall (7), London Brixton Academy (8 and 9), Reading Rivermead Centre (11), Norwich UEA (12), Leeds Town And Country Club (13), Liverpool Royal Court (15), Whitley Bay Ice Rink (16), Aberdeen Music Hall(17), Glasgow Barrowlands (20 and 21), and Manchester Apollo (22 and 23). The Brixton Show on the 20th is an all-night occasion and will feature a number of other yet to be announced acts.
Blur, currently bigger than God, will play a short arena tour. Tickets are £14 unless you are unemployed or a nurse, then it'll be £10. See them at Birmingham NEC (November 25), Sheffield Arena (27), Glasgow SECC (28), Manchester G- Mex(30), London Wembley Arena (December 2), Cardiff International Centre (5), Bournmouth International Centre (6) and Newcastle Arena (8).
Gallon Drunk are to play as a six piece at Leicester Princess Charlotte (July 27), Tunbridge Wells Forum (29), Exeter Cavern (August 2), Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms(3) and London Astoria 2 (4).
Jarvis Cocker and his band, Pulp, return for their first tour in over a year in October. Catch the Pulp experience at Glasgow Barrowlands (Oct 1), Newcastle University (2), Middlesborough Town Hall (4), Leeds Town and Country (5), Norwich University of East Anglia (6), Cambridge Corn Exchange (8), Nottingham Rock City (9), Leicester De Montfort Hall (10), Birmingham Que Club (11), Manchester Academy (12), Liverpool Royal Court (14), Cardiff University (15), Exeter University (16), Brighton Event (18), London Sheperd's Bush Empire (19), London Kentish Town Forum (20) and Sheffield City Hall (22).
The Levellers are to promote their Zeitgeist album with an Autumn tour. See them at Glasgow Barrowlands (September 18 & 19), Aberdeen Music Hall (20), Leicester Granby Hall (22), Brighton Centre (23), Manchester Apollo (25), Birmingham Aston Villa Leisure Centre (28 & 29), Bridlington Spa Royal Hotel (30), Bournemouth International Centre (October 2), Plymouth Pavilion (3) and Brixton Academy (5 & 6).
DANCE TOUR NEWS
Bindweed's Bubble Machine on the 8th September, £3. Harder trance/techno (and maybe even a little house), live music, proper scary inane grins, huge hugs etc, etc.... email email@example.com for details.
Live Fast/Die Young - Mizbehaviour/Liberator Crew
Sun 27th Sept at Thyssen St Studios, Thyssen St E8.Techno capital of the world Probably from 11pm-7am.
Also in September at Thyssen St studios...
8th Elektrik Temple - All Nation's Club
9th In-Disfunktion - Thyssen St
23rd Pagan - Thyssen St
Universe Tribal Gathering
Cavan Equestrian Centre, Cavan, Saturday September 30th, 2pm til 4am.
Current Line Up is:
Starship Enterprise: The Prodigy, The Orb, Justin Robertson, David Holmes, Carl Cox, Sven Vath, Alan Simms and Simon Shurey.
Planet Erotica: Sunscreem, Rocky & Diesel, John Kelly, Tommy Byrne, Norman Jay, sasha and Pete Tong. Tribal Temple: Charlie Hall, Billy nasty, Johnny Moy, Gayle san, Billy Scurry, Jeff Mills, Francois and Dave Angel.
Planet of the Cyberpunks: Renegade & Static, Technotrance, Bass Generator, Active Force, Liquid Wheel, Lenny Dee, Chill Fm, Mikey B, Q-Tex, X Ray, Tizer, mark Kavanagh, Dougal & Vibes and QFX.
Megadog are celebrating ten years of Doggy events with a huge two day bash at London's Brixton Academy, featuring an eclectic bill of dance music stars.
The Decadog will run from 7pm-6am on the 22nd, and 2pm-6am on the 23rd.
Decadog (22/9) - line-up now includes (live) Plastikman, Kenny Larkin, Drum Club, Speedy J, Ege Bam Yasi, Autechre, Earth Nation, (dj-ing) Cox, Weatherall, Holmes, Richie & Matthew Hawtin, Charlie Hall, Dean Thatcher, LTJ Bukem, DJ Rap, Nicky Blackmarket and more.
Decadog (23/9) - line-up now includes (live) Eat Static, William Orbit, Mad Professor, System 7, Banco de Gaia, the Ozrics, Spooky, the Aloof, Zion Train, Innersphere, (dj-ing) Luke Slater, Charlie Hall, Fabio Paras, Craig Walsh, Brenda Russell, Dean Thatcher and many more.
Ministry of Sound
Wembley (28/10) - line-up now includes Laurent Garnier, Derrick May, Richie Hawtin, Carl Cox, Billy Nasty, Phil Perry plus Morales, Knuckles, Humphries, Mackintosh and others. Bandulu, Doi-oing and Billy Ray Martin are playing live.
The Next Return to the Source at Brixton Academy is on 30th Sept
If you have any events you want advertised, then please send us the details and we'll update our lists.
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